I enjoy many Tarot decks. But when I pick up a pack of Marseille cards, I feel a deep, deep satisfaction that isn't as complete with anything else.
Learn the Tarot. Learn everything and anything about the Tarot, the cards, the images, the people? Read the books, faun at the feet of the Tarot gurus and moguls? Look at Youtube, take courses, daily cards, story games? .-x-. Do learn. .-x-. and then .-x-. Ask a question, lay the cards. .-x-. Take a … Continue reading How To Read The Tarot -or- Say What You See
This is me. The me that wonders and wanders. The me that wants to learn, that makes mistakes, that fails at stuff, delights in stuff, is unsure of stuff, carrys on regardless. This is me. This is me when I'm determined. When I've got my shit together. When all my thought and action is going … Continue reading Tarot Trumps -This Is Me – Or Learn The Trumps By Applying Them To Self
Before I go any further, let me acknowledge that many readers are comfortable with, and highly proficient at, reading without a question. Or with opening a reading simply by asking what a seeker needs to know right now. With scenic decks, I usually address this with a celtic cross spread with good result. However, I … Continue reading The Dreaded General Tarot Reading – One Readers Approach
Picture this. It's 5am, and sleep has been elusive. I take the bin out into our old fashioned, high walled back lane and look up. There, in absolute stillness, swathed in silvered chiffon scarves is the moon. Just past full. No breeze. No squabbling, shrieking seagulls, no bustling neighbours, cats or rats. Just me, the … Continue reading Tarot in the Extraordinary, Ordinary Moments
My brain is too busy today. There are numerous things to do, and as many that are interesting me right now. This overwhelm is making me procrastinate and hop from one job to the next without doing any one of them justice. So I decided to write. I was going to write some … Continue reading Tarot Read Mindfully
I was gazing into space over coffee this morning, shuffling the cards in the same manner that a child would twiddle with a fidget spinner, thinking to myself that I'd like to write today. What could I write about though? I had no idea - so I laid three cards with the question 'What would … Continue reading Tarot: Morning Coffee Muse